Origami Poems

My smallest book of poems is now available on Origami Poems, http://www.origamipoems.com/.

It’s called What Remains and the cover is a photo I took of the barn on the farm where I lived until I went away to college. It was one of the things that “remained” until it, too, was dismantled a few years ago. My dad painted the barn door some 45 years ago when it was featured in Sunday magazine section of The Des Moines Register.

The Origami Poems website includes the work of about 50 poets, mostly from the Rhode Island area. The poets create the little books and set up distribution boxes at local “reading” spots, such as coffee shops, bookstores and libraries. It’s all free and meant to be shared, so enjoy!

Here’s what the barn door looked like the last time I saw it:



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